Thursday, August 30, 2012

TiqIQ Vin Scully Bobblehead Offer

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Score tickets to Vin Scully Bobblehead Night from Sons Of Steve Garvey & TiqIQ!

Bobbleheads are consistently some of the hottest giveawaysof the MLB season. Whether it be of a current star player, a team legend, or notable announcer or coach, both fans young and old enjoy these characteristic collectibles.

The Dodgers are one of the teams that have really embraced the Bobblehead phenomenon, with a whopping 10 giveaways this year. The promotion concludes tomorrow night with the legendary play-by-play broadcaster Vin Scully in Bobblehead form. Perhaps the Dodgers organization felt this would be the final push to convince him to return to the Broadcast booth for an astonishing 64th season with the Dodgers in 2013. If so, it worked!

In comparison with other giveaways from various teams in the league, including Mike Piazza, Albert Pujols, and Stephen Strasburg, the Vin Scully Bobblehead night is one of the best values of the season. Not pictured, but of note, is that Philadelphia hosted a Hunter Pence Bobblehead night after he was traded. Surprisingly the average price was $45, which beats out Tigers newcomer Prince Fielder.

If you compare Vin Scully Bobblehead night to the Dodgers season average ticket price of $42, there’s a $12 premium for the Scully Bobblehead. This is tied for 3rd most of the Dodgers Bobblehead night giveaways this season, behind Lasorda/Alston in July and Scioscia in June.

Don’t miss the opportunity to pay tribute to one of the most poetic men in sports with Vin Scully Bobblehead night tomorrow at Dodger Stadium. You’ll catch a great game too, as the Dodgers seek a series opener victory hosting the Diamondbacks with Clayton Kershaw dueling against Ian Kennedy on the mound. As always, Sons Of Steve Garvey & TiqIQ have your hookup! Over 3,000 tickets are still available. Get-in the door for $26 here.

If Bobbleheads aren’t your thing, grab tickets to the restof the Dodgers season here.


Steve Sax said...

Scioscia is more coveted than SCULLY?